SELBY Town celebrated their centenary with a 4-1 home victory over Hall Road Rangers in Toolstation Northern Counties East League division one.

Prolific striker Chris Jackson ensured the Flaxley Road outfit marked the special occasion in style, scoring a hat-trick to add to a Luke Sellers goal.

Boosted by the pre-match signing of Casey Stewart, re-signed from Tadcaster Albion, the Robins grabbed an early goal.

Stewart drew the Rangers goalkeeper on five minutes before slipping a pass to Jackson for the opener.

Left-back Sellers made it 2-0 with his first goal for Selby, an unstoppable shot from range on 29 minutes.

On 54 minutes Jackson headed in from a corner before Richard Medcalf pulled a goal back on 72 minutes.

Substitute Joe Dale laid on a third for Jackson in the final minute, and the Robins were celebrating their 100th anniversary in fitting fashion.

Selby moved back up to fourth in the table, with games in hand on the sides above them.

Tadcaster Albion cruised to a 4-0 win at Mossley in the BetVictor Northern Premier League north/west division.

Jacob Day opened the scoring on 22 minutes and the visitors added a second through Kevin Dos Santos three minutes later.

Don Chimalilo made it 3-0 with a 25-yard strike on 31 minutes and Day’s second goal eight minutes from time rounded off the victory, which moved the Brewers up to third in the table.

Former York City striker Flynn McNaughton salvaged a point for Pickering Town at home to Prescot Cables in the north/west division.

McNaughton netted on 86 minutes to secure a 1-1 draw after the Pikes had trailed to George Hassall’s sixth minute opener at Mill Lane.

One-time York City loan man Bradley Fewster netted the only goal on 19 minutes as Whitby Town won at 1874 Northwich in the second qualifying round of the FA Cup.

However, there was disappointment for another ex-Minsterman as Michael Coulson and his Scarborough Athletic side bowed out after a 5-2 defeat at Southport.

Coulson netted from the penalty spot on 79 minutes for the Seadogs, who were 5-1 down by that stage despite having taken the lead on six minutes through James Walshaw.